Third murder in PPP will not be allowed: Badar

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pakistan People’s Party’s Secretary-General Jahangir Badar on Saturday said “undemocratic” language was used in Friday’s public meeting called by the Pakistan Muslim League – Nawaz (PML-N).

Speaking to media representatives in Lahore, Mr Badar said that talk of hanging someone upside down at a chowk was indicative of “mental illness”.

He said the PML-N with this rally has tried to pave the way for “negative politics”.

Mr Badar said the PML-N’s intentions were “dangerous for democracy” and that the PPP’s reconciliatory approach should not be taken as a weakness.

Earlier on Friday, Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif took acerbity and fiery rhetoric to its limits in his denunciation of President Asif Ali Zardari, winning thunderous ovation from a charged crowd.

The chief minister’s explicit message to President Zardari was: “Resign and return looted national wealth. Otherwise, my comrades will hang you upside down at Bhati Chowk.”

He led a chorus of ‘go Zardari, go’ and said parliament would hold the president accountable.

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